If you have been following the palladium price over the past six months you know how crazy it has been. Fluctuating up and down and now seeming to rest at a point where it is worth more than Platinum. In order to understand the price of Palladium, it is important to know what it is […]
It always blows our mind when a company sends in a shipment of overstock jewelry with the largest diamonds taken out but the majority of the other, smaller diamonds are left in. We make a phone call, to ask if the customer would like us to process their stones. Many times they say “no thanks, […]
My divorce took place years ago. For a while I was wearing my wedding ring on my right hand but now I am downright sick of looking at it. I tried to sell it in the local pawn shops and retail jewelry stores but because was not a traditional wedding ring with a solitaire, I was advised to sell it on […]
In honor of the 95th Annual #NationalCoinWeek this week we are going to dedicate this week’s blog to posting information about #coin buying and selling. We came across this great Precious Metals Glossary the other day and figured our readers would be interested.
Spring is coming and many of us are excited to see yard sales popping up in and around our neighborhoods. Some of us go out searching for a deal, or a treasure of some sort. We see scrap jewelry, old flatware pieces and hear the occasional story on the news of someone finding a $20,000 diamond ring in a […]
February 26, 2018 West Point Class of 2019 Ring Melt Taping of the Live Event
We are all watching the gold market after seeing Gold increase substantially last Friday.
The past few years have been tough for Platinum. Not too long ago, Platinum engagement rings were the most requested by future brides, in fact, the 2008 Platinum price rose to over $2,000 and ounce. These days the Platinum price is hovering around $980. To many, it seems to have lost its shine.
In today’s world convenience is all important. Convenience means quick and easy. The question is how quick is too quick? Are you sacrificing money because you are being too quick with your finances and selling off gold and precious metals at a loss? For example: in precious metals refining, waiting just a couple of days […]
Whenever I meet a new prospect, the first question I’m always asked is “What percentage do you pay?” The refining industry has focused everyone’s attention on what percentage you’re getting paid. While that is an important question, it’s flawed.